The Myanmar Times
Wednesday, 03 September 2014
The Myanmar Times
The Myanmar Times

Ayeyawady knocked out of AFC Cup

She Da Nang captain Nguyen Minh Phuong converted an extra time penalty to secure a victory for the Vietnamese league champions over Ayeyawady United 3-2 on April 23 at Thuwana Stadium in Yangon.

Continue reading »

Yangon United FC through to knockout round

Yangon United FC secured a spot in the knockout stage of the AFC Cup after routing Indonesia’s Persibo Bojonegoro FC 7-1 on April 24 at Manahan Stadium in Surakarta.

Continue reading »

Female weightlifters make the grade

Myanmar’s young female weightlifters have qualified for the 2014 World Youth Olympics in Nanjing, China.

Continue reading »

Double fault: Pakistan, New Zealand in court debacle

Pakistan tennis officials are protesting against a referee’s decision to award a Davis Cup tie to New Zealand because of an unplayable court surface at a neutral venue.

Continue reading »

Yangon United on top

Yangon United FC stands atop Group F in the AFC Cup after beating Radiant SC of the Maldives 2-0.



Continue reading »

Myanmar Football Federation shines at awards

The MFF took top honours at the inaugural ASEAN Football Federation Awards in Kuala Lumpur on April 3.

Continue reading »

Checkmate: chess players jostle for rank

Tournament determines which female players will represent Myanmar at the upcoming Southeast Asian Games.

Continue reading »

Coach sees promise in MNL

The Yangon United Soccer Complex is the training grounds of the reigning Myanmar National League champions and where, Kairu, one of the team’s fitness coaches, works daily to emphasise the importance that conditioning plays in building a stronger generation of Myanmar footballers.

Continue reading »

Koné keeps Yangon United on track

Yangon United FC has made a strong run through the AFC Cup on the foot of journeyman striker Adama Koné.



Continue reading »

Myanmar jumps in world rankings

March’s FIFA world-ranking saw Myanmar move up nine positions from 164 in the world to 155 with only three regional teams – Thailand, Vietnam and the Philippines – in higher positions.

Continue reading »